Fall asleep to the sound of the waves, right here in the city! One-of-a-kind condo at the end of a pier, poking out into Lake Washington. Wake up to Mount Rainier, then drink your coffee on the deck as you plan your day...
Seriously, it's beautiful. You get to feel peaceful and remote, but the bus stop is 25 yards from the door of the building, so you're so so close to downtown. But why leave the neighborhood? We have restaurants, coffee, a grocery store with a small-town feel, and oh, LAKE WASHINGTON, right out all the windows.
The bedroom has a very comfortable single bed, and we can accommodate a second person on an (also very comfortable) inflatable.
Bathroom is private - no one but you will use it during your stay - and has two sinks, bathtub, shower.
Go ahead and enjoy the whole space. Your bedroom and bathroom are yours alone, but you may use the kitchen and living spaces. And the shared condo spaces as well. Go ahead! Do your morning yoga on the dock!
Interaction with guests
I work full time but am always available by phone or text. Plus, that means you get the house to yourself during the day :)
Just be respectful.
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Margot is your basic decent person - mother, three kids, job in high tech, writer. She bites her nails, but does not cheat at Scrabble or break other people's things.
Anthony likes to exercise, watch movies, and do good works.
You'll see many of our reviews are of Margot & Ivy -- Margot and Anthony's youngest daughter. Margot & Ivy started being Airbnb hosts in 2012, as Ivy's first job. We had a great time, but Ivy is now spending 10th grade in Costa Rica, so Anthony has been pressed into service :) With our nest now (temporarily) empty, we're renting both our original Airbnb, the separate apartment "Lovely Garden Studio" as well as a bedroom in our own home.
Margot & Anthony
p.s. If you want to know more about your hosts. . .Margot's memoir, "Paradise Imperfect: An American family moves to the Costa Rican mountains" was recently released by Yellow House Press -- you can find or at your local independent bookseller. In addition, Margot's take on Washington's Marriage Equality law was recently published in the New York Times - you can read it by searching on "margot page modern love".